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Location Acknowledgements

Your webmasters are:

(2002) Learning Circles: Siobhan, Elaine, Ruraí, James P., Michael, James M., Padraig, Mark, Martin, Margaret, Sarah, Imelda, Laura, William, Daniel, Danielle and Sheila.

(2001) Ár gCeantar: Ciarán, Mikey, Kevin, Patrick F., Pat D., Amanda, Damian, Lynsey, Stephen and Teresa in Sixth Class
and
Kevin C., Christina, Tommy, Mairead, Iollan, Des, Aidan, Kelly, Thomas and John who were in Sixth Class.

We received help from many quarters for our Ár gCeantar and Beyond project. We would like to thank everyone who assisted us in any way.

Firstly, we would like to acknowledge the work of our younger fellow pupils:
The pupils in First and Second Class for Dolphin Drawings
Ann-Marie for Grandad's Farm
The pupils in Third Class for Clann Lir and Pancóga
Katherine for Granny's Farm
Leigh-Anna and Brendan for The Lighthouse
Liam for Air-Sea Rescue
Anthony J., Danielle, Imelda, Margaret, James, Christopher, Christine, Laura and Ann-Marie for Labhair Gaeilge

and our teacher for the Puzzle Page.

We would like to acknowledge the work of our fellow Learning Circle schools under the careful guidance of Margaret Riel at I*EARN.We learned so much!

We would also like to acknowledge the help of SIP (Schools Integration Project) for helping us to equip our new computer room as part of our CELT initiative.

In particular, we would like to thank Mrs. Mangan and Mr. McGarry who teach in our school. We would also like to thank Angela Deane, Astrid Ní Mhongáin and Mrs. Mary Doherty who gave their time to be interviewed.
For practical help, we would like to thank Martina Ginnelly, Sadie Maher, Tony and Mary Joyce, Brid Glenn and Catherine Carey.

We would like to thank the www.aon-celtic.com website for graphics, Eric Harshbarger for Java Applets and our local tourist office at Iorras Domhnann in Barrack Street, Belmullet for literature.

We are greatly indebted to some authors (both local and from further afield) for the use of their texts to help us get our facts right:

  • Bridie Quinn, 'Kiltane 2000'
  • Fr. Noone, 'Where the Sun Sets'
  • Rita Nolan, 'Within the Mullet'
  • Treasa Ní Ghearraigh and Uinsionn Mac Graith, 'Siúlódí Iorrais'
  • J.R. Cross 'Peatlands, Wasteland or Heritage?' (Wildlife Service Ireland)
  • Folens 'Pied Piper 4'
  • Inver Community, 'The Lighthouse'

We would like to thank Gretta at the Ceide Fields and Patrick Flannery at Fannery's Village, Graughill for their fascinating tours. We would also like to thank Flynn Machinery, Mullingar and Hogan Tractors, Ballinasloe for their help.

We also found the following websites to be very helpful in our exploration:

 

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